ISRAELI CHAMBER PROJECT
presented with the Sandra Kahn Wasserman Jewish Center
"A band of world-class soloists that think, breathe, and play as one."
- Time Out New York
"A high level of refined and exciting playing"
- The New York Times
Israeli Chamber Project members share a passion of music-making and deep connection with the musical culture of Israel. Acclaimed in performances around the world, they devise programs combining beloved masterworks with lesser-known gems, and music by Israeli composers. Their first BPAC season includes two diverse programs for strings, winds, and piano. In the fall, Khachaturian’s combination of Eastern and Western influences shares an evening with Erwin Schulhoff’s dazzling Duo for Violin and Cello, Israeli Gilad Hochman’s Slightly Disturbed, and Brahm’s well-loved Clarinet Trio. In the spring, violist Paul Neubauer is ICP’s guest in a program framed by two energetic piano quartets written a century apart. Mozart's lyrical 2nd Piano Quartet and Richard Strauss' impassioned and rarely played work, written when he was just nineteen years old. Discover an extraordinary group whose artists “think, breathe and play as one.” (Time Out New York).
featuring Carmit Zori (Violin), Hillel Zori (Cello), Assaff Weisman (Piano), with guest violist, Paul Neubauer, of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
W.A. Mozart Piano Quartet in Eb, K. 493
Jean Francaix String Trio
Richard Strauss Piano Quartet in C minor, Op. 13
with guest violist, Paul Neubauer, of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
April 8th, 2017 at 7:30 PM
Engelman Recital Hall
$35 gen admission; Alumni $30, Faculty & Staff $25, $10 students
FREE for Baruch Students
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